December has been a pretty busy month for Ferrari, what with their hosting a fantastic Daytona event during which they unveiled the new 488 Challenge race car and a new one-off. This is that one-off, the Ferrari SP 275 rw Competizione, now officially detailed by the car maker.
Based on the F12 Berlinetta and boasting the souped-up engine and gearbox of the limited edition F12tdf, the one-of-a-kind Ferrari SP 275 rw Competizione is created for a very important customer by Ferrari’s Styling Centre with the collaboration of Pininfarina. The inspiration behind the design, as the more hard-core Ferrari aficionado among you have already guessed, is the Berlinettas of the 1960s, namely the 275 GTB.
As such, Ferrari SP 275 rw Competizione has received many bespoke touches in its body like the wider tracks and the unique rear three-quarter panel which seamlessly melt into the fenders to give the car an especially muscular look. This one-off is also hugely fond of vents and louvres, some of them like those on the bonnet borrowed directly from the 275 GTB. You will also find them on the front wings, the back of the windows and the rear bumper. The yellow paint work is also a tribute to the GTB of the yesteryear and its Ecurie Francorchamps racing livery.
Other highlights of the rw Competizione include a custom carbon aero kit, aluminum fuel filler cap in the style of competition-developed 275 GTB, slim vertical headlights, and bespoke forged 20” alloy wheels.